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Falls City Council meets
05/18/2022

(KLZA)--The Falls City Council held a meeting on Monday, May 16th.

During the meeting the board approved Ordinance 2022-105 to impose an additional one-half of one percent municipal sales and use tax for public infrastructure projects. The tax will go into effect on October 1st.

The council approved a Special Designated Liquor License for Falls City Elks Lodge for Smokin' on the Bricks BBQ contest for June 10th through June 12th.

The council also voted to raise Candlelight Cabin rates from $30 for half days to $50 half days and full days from $50 to $100 as recommended by the Park Board to allow for future improvements to the cabin. The change goes into effect June 1st.

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